Havana, Oct 29. -During this Sunday the tropical storm Oscar continued to gain in intensity. It has now maximum sustained winds of 120 kilometers per hour and its central pressure has fallen to 989 hectoPascal, so it has become the eighth hurricane category one on the Saffir Simpson scale in the current hurricane season.
At six o'clock this afternoon the center of the hurricane Oscar was estimated at 25.7 degrees north latitude and 55.7 degrees west longitude, a position that places about 1140 kilometers east of Bermuda, North Atlantic.
The hurricane Oscar keeps the west heading at about 26 kilometers per hour.
In the next 12 to 24 hours, this hurricane will continue due to west, tilting its trajectory on Monday morning to the west northwest, gradually increasing its travel speed and gaining more intensity.
The next tropical cyclone warning will be issued at six o'clock today’s afternoon. (ACN) (Photo: File)